Yes, you heard me well, there is anti-paparazzi clothing that make you invisible. An ingenious idea from Paul McCartney’s DJ, Chris Holmes who has debuted the “ Anti-Paparazzi Collection” a line of reflective clothing that intentionally ruins photos by deflecting the light from their cameras.
If you are a star you’ll know how annoying it is to be constantly hounded by paparazzi wherever you go.
Now celebrities may finally have a way to ward off unwanted street photographers’ thanks to a clever new clothing collection which is designed to ruin any images taken using flash photography.
Firstly people were unimpressed by the anti-paparazzi clothing and the most common response was “I’ll believe it when I see it”. Well, it’s time to start believing because the collection is ready.
So, how does it work?
The fabric used in this line of clothing is embedded with glass nanospheres that reflect light and therefore mess up the exposure of photos taken with a flash.
Now there a available a hoodie, a scarf, a jacket, a hat, a pair of pants and the newest product a clutch.
The prices are between $49 (the hat) and $400 ( the jacket).
-photobomber Hoodie- $205.2
-silver Scarf- $70.2
-illuminati Suit Jacket- $406.3
-illuminati Suit Pants- $227.8
The clothes looks like everyday pieces, but essentially act as a mirror when hit with bright light, rendering the wearer practically invisible in flash photography.
In November, the model Cara Delevingne, who is renowned for being one of the most photographed women in the world was actually spotted sporting a similar reflective silver coat, a one-of-a-kind design made especially for her.
If you don’t trust me, take a look at the following images and convince yourself.
Sources: petapixel.com, diyphotography.net
Image source: dailymail.co.uk
Imagee source: rafinery29.com
Model Cara Delevigne was spoted in november 2014 wearingg an anti-paparazzy jacket designed specially for her.